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When heard in person the vuvuzela is less irritating

Danny Jordaan, the man in charge of the World Cup , has been saying that he will look into the vuvuzela issue after receiving complaints from  a number of broadcasters— and no doubt players and coaches—who have issues with it.

It is worth noting that the vuvuzela chorus does not sound the same in the stadium as it does on television. TV only seems to pick up the highest buzzing notes,…

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